NOX-T3 is a compact and lightweight wireless respiratory sensor. The sensors’ dual band inductance plethysmography capability makes the NOX-T3 ideal for respiratory research and clinical trials.
VivoSense® software provides detailed respiratory analysis in combination with other physiological signals recorded with the NOX-T3 sensor.
The Nox-T3′s small profile (weighing 88 grams) and wireless operation reduces interference and increases comfort for subjects, both children and adults. In addition to respiratory sensing, the Nox-T3 includes optional channels for ECG, EEG, EOG or EMG, as well as pulse oximetry and audio capabilities. This makes it an excellent choice for a broad variety of respiratory study designs.
- Thoracic and Abdominal Respiration
- Integrated Audio Microphone
- ETCO2/Nasal Canula
- On-board tri-axial accelerometer for Position and Activity
- Wireless wrist worn pulse oximeter that connects over BlueTooth
- Two optional ECG, EEG, EOG or EMG channels.
The Nox-T3 provides continuous 24 hour recordings in all situations from sleep to activity. The Nox-T3′s file format is easily imported directly into VivoSense® software for detailed analysis.
|Dual Band Respiratory Inductance Plethysmography|
|Event Marking (Remote)|
|Heart Rate Variability|
|Syncronization and Merge|